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RE: prostasol

by blujonny on Tue Feb 17, 2009 12:00 AM

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Did some research and Trinovin sounds like a great product. I'm starting my dad at the moment on a combination of Prostasolve, PeakImmune4, Activamune and a phytoplankton product that contains green tea. This is supposed to be a good combination all around for prostate cancer even advanced prostate cancer. For further immune system and tumor help, I've also added Epicor, Pectasol, C-Statin, Kyolic Aged Garlic, Oxygen Elements Max and Agaripure. Might be going a bit overboard there! Haha. Got to be aggressive i suppose. Maybe I can fit the Trinovin in there, we'll see.

RE: prostasol

by jcr65566 on Tue Feb 17, 2009 12:00 AM

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Hi Wow  good combination I have the same problem I feel like it coming out of my ears HA, HA, the things we have to do to survive. Your looking after real well  

 

You know looking at what you have here it a really good idea  it seems to me that most prostrate cancer patient do not know if you have prostrate cancer, you still have the BHP that cause it in the first place. I think we need to treat both of them. Prostrate cancer feeds on the sex hormone testosterone. I know that a Prostrate Cancer patient can take hormone treatments for it, and this will bring there PSA down, but it will only do it for a short time. I have heard of a few prostrate cancer patients saying, the hormone treatment they were on, stoped working after only one to three years, and then you have the side effects of heart problem and diabetes later on.  In addition, hormone treatment is very expensive this is why I say the isoflavones Genistein is better because it it not as harsh it blocks the sex hormone testosterone and dos no damage to our body. There are several products who have this in them one Trinovin  and one prommensil made by Novogen laboratories they make it for prostrate and menopause problems my doctor said both work on Prostrate cancer  because there made of nearly the same stuff isoflavones

 

I know Prostasolve, good it really helps treat BHP,  

 

PeakImmune4, is one of the best  immune-boosting formula around

 

Activamune contains Diindolylmethane (DIM), a naturally occurring compound found in Brassica vegetables (broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, kale, Brussels sprouts), researches a few years ago made a remarkable discovery: DIM is a potent activator of the immune response system. Activation of the immune system in part explains DIM's anticancer properties, it been know to treat  all cancers even GBM

 

phytoplankton a lot of cancer patient have been saved with this alone it puts a lot of nutrient into the cells

there all good should do well take care Ray

 

RE: prostasol

by jcr65566 on Wed Feb 18, 2009 12:00 AM

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On 2/17/2009 blujonny wrote:

Did some research and Trinovin sounds like a great product. I'm starting my dad at the moment on a combination of Prostasolve, PeakImmune4, Activamune and a phytoplankton product that contains green tea. This is supposed to be a good combination all around for prostate cancer even advanced prostate cancer. For further immune system and tumor help, I've also added Epicor, Pectasol, C-Statin, Kyolic Aged Garlic, Oxygen Elements Max and Agaripure. Might be going a bit overboard there! Haha. Got to be aggressive i suppose. Maybe I can fit the Trinovin in there, we'll see.

 

just found some more resurch on Prostasolve, and as I sead befor its good stuff one patient said his psa went  from a psa of 148 to down to a psa of 10,2 on it  

RE: prostasol

by jcr65566 on Wed Feb 18, 2009 12:00 AM

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On 2/18/2009 jcr65566 wrote:

 

On 2/17/2009 blujonny wrote:

Did some research and Trinovin sounds like a great product. I'm starting my dad at the moment on a combination of Prostasolve, PeakImmune4, Activamune and a phytoplankton product that contains green tea. This is supposed to be a good combination all around for prostate cancer even advanced prostate cancer. For further immune system and tumor help, I've also added Epicor, Pectasol, C-Statin, Kyolic Aged Garlic, Oxygen Elements Max and Agaripure. Might be going a bit overboard there! Haha. Got to be aggressive i suppose. Maybe I can fit the Trinovin in there, we'll see.

 

just found some more resurch on Prostasolve, and as I sead befor its good stuff one patient said his psa went  from a psa of 148 to down to a psa of 10,2 on it  

 Prostasolve, iks looking better the more I read about it I have not it  tryed it yet but as I said what I read about it getter better alll the time I like to give it a try an other one  I read on  cc that member ineda in his post on the 11/01/08 went  from 148 to 48 in just 10 days Wow not bad   

RE: prostasol

by BrianPol on Fri Apr 26, 2019 06:25 PM

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I was on Prostasol for 2 years but reduced and stopped due to cost. My Psa went from 14 to 46 in 3 months. Now I'm on Bicudamide/Zoladex and the side effects are awful....Breast and Weight gain 10 kilos.

Now I await Cyberknife to 'remove' a left groin Lymph node.

Is it a good substitute to go back to Prostasol after a few months . i.e. can it be a substitute for ADT Therapy

RE: prostasol

by BrianPol on Fri Apr 26, 2019 06:27 PM

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I was on Prostasol for 2 years but reduced and stopped due to cost. My Psa went from 14 to 46 in 3 months. Now I'm on Bicudamide/Zoladex and the side effects are awful....Breast and Weight gain 10 kilos.

Now I await Cyberknife to 'remove' a left groin Lymph node.

Is it a good substitute to go back to Prostasol after a few months . i.e. can it be a substitute for ADT Therapy

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